September 11, 2012 Subject:
Not exactly white noise, but that's a good thing
What I was looking for was noise, but noise that acknowledges life, but maintains a non-life atmosphere afterwards. In the first track, there is some music that's there, but seems like it's just overheard due to static that breaks it up here and there. To me this indicated life, but the static indicated that the acknowledgement was from a non-life perspective. This is exactly what I was looking for. Once the frame was set with the first tracks, the other tracks simply function to continue the frame as droning - again, exactly what I was looking for. In my work, I need to maintain focus, and the easiest way to do that is to acknowledge that there is something outside of the non-life work I'm doing, but once the acknowledgement is complete the droning assists me in focusing on the task at hand.